After seeing Ricardo Manquant take most of the pots heads-up with his agressive play, Pieyre Maggi just managed to score a double.
Maggi bet 150.000 on flop , after which Manquant jammed all-in. Maggi called right away with and was in good shape against of Manquant.
Turn and river could not prevent Maggi from doubling and so he takes a step in the right direction towards balancing the stacks.
Ricardo Manquant – 6.300.000
Pieyre Maggi – 2.600.000
Ricardo Manquant – 6.800.000
Pieyre Maggi – 2.000.000
Adrian Garcia Galipienso from Spain was crushing the final table, busting not less than four players. But then Frenchman Ricardo Manquant decided to do something about it.
Manquant took over the chiplead and was bullying the table like Garcia Galipienso did before. Eventually to lead to the elimination of the Spaniard.
Garcia Galipienso went all-in for 620.000 after a raise of Manquant and he snap-called. Garcia Galipienso had and needed to hit a lot of outs against Manquants .
He did not succeed in doing so on board and Garcia Galipienso, who seemed a lock for at least the heads-up, was suddenly eliminated in 3rd place (€43.000).
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – Exit
Georgia’s Aleksandre Maisuradze was the shortstack, but managed to double up twice, just before and just after the break. Both times it was Spain’s Adrian Garcia Galipienso who provided the double for Maisuradze.
The first time Maisuradze won with versus of Garcia Galipienso on board .
In the second hand, Maisuradze had Garcia Galipienso dominated with versus and scored the easy double on .
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – 3.700.000
Aleksandre Maisuradze – 935.000
The last four players are on a short 15 minute break. Below are the chipcounts, as we head into level 28 (25.000/50.000, ante 5.000).
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – 4.100.000
Ricardo Manquant – 3.100.000
Pieyre Maggi – 1.100.000
Aleksandre Maisuradze – 520.000
Adrian Garcia Galipienso is absolutely steamrolling this final table. He just took out his fourth player at the final table.
The money went in on flop , with Paul McLoughlin being at risk with the open ended straightdraw with .
Garcia Galipienso had a monster this time, , and McLoughlin needed to hit his draw to stay alive. He got some extra outs on turn , but river eliminated him.
McLoughlin finished in fifth place, delivering him a nice payday of €23.000.
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – 4.300.000
Paul McLoughlin – Exit
It was bound to happen for Georgian Zurab Beradze, since he was hanging in there with only 6BB. He finally got them in with and was in reasonable shape against Adrian Garcia Galipiensos .
Flop was not bad for Beradze, giving him the open ended straight draw and the better flushdraw. Turn and river were not the cards he was looking for however and he was eliminated.
Beradze shook all the players hands and got a big hug from Aleksandre Maisuradze as he left the table in 8th place (€12.400).
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – 1.900.000
Zurab Beradze – Exit
Shortstack Paul McLoughlin moved all-in for 210.000 after a raise of chipleader Ricardo Manquant. Manquant was priced in and made the call.
Board produced a set as well as a sweat for McLoughlin, but river was harmless for him.
Paul McLouhglin – 490.000
Ricardo Manquant – 2.300.000
Ricardo Manquant – 2.500.000
Adrian Garcia Galipenso – 1.700.000
Aleksandre Maisuradze – 1.300.000
Marc Janssen – 1.000.000
Julien Sitbon – 982.000
Pieyrre Maggi – 889.000
Paul McLoughlin – 212.000
Zurab Beradze – 167.000